Debarghya Sarkar is a senior year undergraduate student of Jadavpur University in India with a major in Electrical Engineering. He wishes to pursue graduate studies (leading to a doctoral degree) specializing in nanotechnology, particularly nanophotonics, plasmonics, metamaterials, etc. Some of his other interests include image processing, control systems, and advanced instrumentation. Debarghya is the recipient of the Viterbi-India Fellowship 2013 (USA); the Senior Fellowship 2010-2014 of Jagadis Bose National Science Talent Search (JBNSTS, India); the Indian Academy of Sciences-Summer Research Fellowship Program 2013 (IAS-SRFP, India); and the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 2009 (KVPY, India). He received a Best Poster award at the 4th International Conference on Advanced NanoMaterials 2012 (ANM, India). Debarghya also received a Second Grand Award at the Intel ISEF 2009 (USA), and a minor planet has been named after him in recognition, as “25630 SARKAR” by MIT Lincoln Lab.
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